I’m not opposed to fetish art, it can be neat. But there’s a big caveat:
1. It has be done well.
2. It has to has to be done with a degree of class
What I mean by class is the artist must show some restraint and restraint and try to make the pic visually appealing to people who don’t have said fetish or aren’t that big into said fetish.
For example, if you like women in tight clothing, you can put that kink into your art but you should also do something else with it like show how the tight garments emphasize the curves of the female form, play with color and and lighting if you’re into latex, but don’t just make it drawn porn. That’ll just alienate most of the people seeing your art save for a very credulous niche.
If you’re an artist, you still have to take your audience into account. You can’t just do straight wish fulfillment because that’ll just turn people off your stuff. Art is as much about other people as it is about the artist expressing themselves.
I have a great artist to illustrate my point: Allen Jones.
He definitely puts his latex and bdsm fetish into his work, but because he’s an actual professional artist, he does other things to make his art visually appealing and interesting. He plays with color and shape. He does things that draw your attention to the female form. He’s not just putting his fantasies into pictures, he’s making art that can be respected as art even by people who don’t have their pants off when looking at it.
Anyone who can draw, anyone who knows color and anatomy and how to properly exaggerate and play with the human form can do this.
So what the fuck is Deviantart and Furaffinity’s excuse?
(PS. If your fetish is something like guro or pedophilia then you shouldn’t make art about it, you should slit your throat because we as a species do not need gutter slime like you.)